Words nearby self-assured
Origin of self-assured
OTHER WORDS FROM self-assuredself-as·sur·ed·ness [self-uh-shoor-id-nis] /ˈsɛlf əˈʃʊər ɪd nɪs/, noun
Examples from the Web for self-assured
And he says that with something he does share with Christopher—a tone of absolute, self-assured certainty.
She was vibrant, passionate, compassionate, determined, courageous, self-assured, and present.Libyan Activist Pays Tribute To Slain Spiritual Sister|Anonymous|June 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gia Coppola sounds surprisingly tentative for someone who has made such a self-assured first feature.
The remarkable success of “Do What U Want,” is its self-assured straightforwardness.Lady Gaga and R. Kelly’s ‘Do What U Want’ Is Pure Pop Heaven|Kevin Fallon|October 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Simultaneously self-obsessed and self-assured, they think they know everything and look upon their elders with disdain.Millennial Workers Want Flexibility and Mentorship From Skeptical Managers|Miranda Green|September 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I snubbed him unmercifully, but he was one of those self-satisfied, self-assured creatures incapable of taking a snubbing.A Book of Ghosts|Sabine Baring-Gould
So self-assured, so certain of thy power, It shall come on thee with a swift surprise.Yesterdays|Ella Wheeler Wilcox
He was a slim young fellow with a quiet, self-assured manner and a clean-cut face, lighted by a pair of frank, blue eyes.John Marvel, Assistant|Thomas Nelson Page
It favors babblers and the self-assured, and does not enable the timid to show themselves at their best.John Bull, Junior|Max O'Rell
They were quiet, but they were self-assured and gave the impression that they could take care of themselves anywhere.We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run|James Arthur Kjelgaard